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    IIS and Joomla.

    Before I start, I may be being utterly stupid. And If I am I apologise beforehand.

    Ive just set up joomla on a server we have I want to create an intranet using it. At the moment the intranet is on one server and iis points to C:/intranet (for example) is it possible for me create a new entry and just point it another server. Or have I totally got the wrong end of the stick? I am currently browsing the iis site so if I find an answer Ill update.

    Thanks for any help.

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    Yep, on the home directory tab where it points to a local directory you can change it point to a url instead.

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